The first ever review of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) will test whether consumer protections will suit the modern market place says Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) Chairman Rod...

ACCC acts against Chinese made ‘Aussie Beer’ The Independent Liquor Group (ILG) has paid a penalty of $10,200 following the issue of an infringement notice by the Australian Competition and...

Coles admits unconscionable conduct, set to settle with ACCC Australian supermarket Coles is set to refund payments made by certain suppliers, after the supermarket group admitted it engaged in unconscionable...

Coles to resist ACCC push to merge unconscionable conduct cases Australian supermarket giant Coles will resist moves by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to merge into a single...

Former Coles boss defends supermarket action against ACCC accusations Former Coles Managing Director Ian McLeod has defended the supermarket group against accusations of unconscionable conduct towards...

ACCC has launched an updated advertising and selling guide The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has revised its ‘Advertising and selling guide’ to help educate businesses about their...

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has reported a win for consumers and King Island producers, with a Federal Court decision that has finally stopped a Victorian butcher claiming...

Speaking last night to the Law Society of NSW on the first anniversary of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), the Chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) ,  Mr Rod Sims, issued...